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    Sounds like you found that happy spot in...

    Sounds like you found that happy spot in adjustment. Glad it worked out for you. Yeah, I forgot yours is the AVS version without the oil pump. Can't believe L & S eliminated the oil pump! Now...
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    Along with what John has said, I/we assume that...

    Along with what John has said, I/we assume that you replaced both cups and cones? And what class of Timkens did you go back in with? And, how were the new cups installed?

    Personally, if this...
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    Some machine tool manufactures back then mounted...

    Some machine tool manufactures back then mounted a separate hydraulic oil pump, powered by a separate motor, on the outside of the headstock that circulated oil into the headstock from the sump. The...
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    Unless that bearing is making noise or shows wear...

    Unless that bearing is making noise or shows wear as in sloppy balls in the races, leave it alone. It is common to see loose fits of .001-.002", bearing OD's to the housing bores on these lathes. ...
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    it would not surprise me one bit that L & S...

    it would not surprise me one bit that L & S engineering bought off on that rear bearing bore being a couple thousandths over just to save a casting with lots of machine work into it. As long as that...
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    On the Model X I had, one of the intermediate...

    On the Model X I had, one of the intermediate shafts had a noisy gear when put in a certain gear group. Didn't really notice any bearing noise from that shaft. I just did not run it in that range. ...
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    Jim, I have that same book somewhere around...

    Jim,

    I have that same book somewhere around here.Have to see if I can find it. Good information there.

    When I say "float", probably no more that a half thousandth loose at max. Shaft fit...
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    It's been a few years since I've worked on a L &...

    It's been a few years since I've worked on a L & S lathe. I recall the spindle rides on a set of zero precision tapered roller bearings on the front end of the spindle. The bearings, as your...
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